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					GEOTECHNICAL BORINGS CORRELATED TO GEOPHYSICAL DATA


             CAPE WIND ENERGY PROJECT
                 NANTUCKET SOUND



                      June 2003




                      Prepared by:


               Ocean Surveys, Inc. (OSI)
                                                                                                        OCEAN SURVEYS, INC.

                                       GEOTECHNICAL BORING CORRELATED
                                             TO GEOPHYSICAL DATA

         Electrical Service                               ESP                Sediment                          SB-01
         Platform Location*                                                  Boring ID

            1,686,467.00 E 185,458.00 N                                   1,686,469.90 E 185,456.90 N
            Coordinates are in feet and referenced to the Massachusetts   Boring location
            State Plane Coordinate System, Island Zone (2002), NAD83


                                                                                                           Survey Information
                     NW    Note: subbottom data is projected from a    SE
                           line 360 feet Northeast of ESP location
                                                                                                   Data Collection Date                  6/16/03

                                            ESP                                                    Line Number                           37
                                                                                                   Run Number                            13
                                                                       Seafloor
                                                                                                   Nearest Event                         332
        FINE TO MED
        SAND                                                                                       Number
18.5’
                                                                                                   Water Depth - @                       28.0
        STRATIFIED FINE
        TO MED SAND
        AND SILT AND
                                                                                                   ESP (MLLW, ft)
        CLAY
                                                                       Seafloor Multiple
38.5’


        FINE SAND




 58’

        SILTY FINE SAND
                                                                       Seafloor Multiple
                                                                                                     Acoustical Data Quality
70.3’
        FINE SAND                                                                                      Sea State1               1
 78’
        FINE TO MED
        SAND                                                                                           Penetration2             1
85.1’
        FINE TO COARSE

92.5’
        SAND
                                                                                                       Reflectivity3            2
        FINE TO MED
        SAND
                                                                                                       Overall                  2
                                                                                                       Interpretation4
108’
        FINE SAND AND
        SILT
                                                                                 Subbottom
113’
                                                                                 Reflectors
        SILTY FINE SAND


        Bottom of boring
        At 150.3’



                                         ~400 ft
  * See ESS Group, Inc. Plan titled “Established 130 WTG Array”, dated July 29, 2003
  1 Degree to which seismic data affected by weather\sea conditions (1=little or no effect, 2=moderate effect, 3=significant effect)
  2 Penetration through the depth of interest (75’) due to local site conditions (1=good penetration, 2=moderate penetration, 3=poor penetration)
  3 Presence of distinguishable horizontal reflectors (1=numerous reflectors, 2=some reflectors, 3=few or no reflectors)
  4 Overall ability to interpret seismic data (1=easily interpreted, 2=moderate to easily interpreted, 3=difficult to interpret)


         Note: The data quality factors assigned above refer to the acoustical properties of the seismic data only. No inference to sediment
               lithologies should be made prior to appropriate ground truthing of the seismic profiles. Seismic image above is a section of
               “boomer” subbottom profile collected using a frequency range of 700 – 3500 Hz. Depth conversion based on an acoustic
                velocity of 4800 ft/sec. Lithologic information provided from GZA boring SB-01 advanced in April 2002.
                                                                                                         OCEAN SURVEYS, INC.

                                       GEOTECHNICAL BORING CORRELATED
                                             TO GEOPHYSICAL DATA

               Wind Turbine                              A10                  Sediment SB-A10
               Location*                                                      Boring ID
            1,673,840.64 E 176,503.68 N                                    1,673,876.92 E 176,546.93 N
            Coordinates are in feet and referenced to the Massachusetts    Boring location
            State Plane Coordinate System, Island Zone (2002), NAD83


                                                                                                            Survey Information
                     NW                                                 SE
                                                                                                    Data Collection Date                  6/21/03
                                              A10                                                   Line Number                           22

         FINE TO COARSE                                                 Seafloor                    Run Number                            31
         SAND
   5’
         FINE SAND                                                                                  Nearest Event                         1509
   14’                                                                                              Number
         FINE TO MED
         SAND
         (OCCASIONAL
                                                                                                    Water Depth                           25.0
         INTERVAL OF                                                    Seafloor Multiple           (MLLW, ft)
         SILTY FINE SAND




   44’


         FINE SAND




   64’

                                                                                                        Acoustical Data Quality
         FINE TO MED
         SAND
         (OCCASIONAL
                                                                                                         Sea State1               1
         INTERVAL OF
         SILTY SAND
                                                                                                         Penetration2             2
                                                                                                         Reflectivity3            2
100.5’
                                                                                                         Overall                  2
                                                                                                         Interpretation4




                                          ~400 ft
   * See ESS Group, Inc. Plan titled “Established 130 WTG Array”, dated July 29, 2003
   1 Degree to which seismic data affected by weather\sea conditions (1=little or no effect, 2=moderate effect, 3=significant effect)
   2 Penetration through the depth of interest (75’) due to local site conditions (1=good penetration, 2=moderate penetration, 3=poor penetration)
   3 Presence of distinguishable horizontal reflectors (1=numerous reflectors, 2=some reflectors, 3=few or no reflectors)
   4 Overall ability to interpret seismic data (1=easily interpreted, 2=moderate to easily interpreted, 3=difficult to interpret)


          Note: The data quality factors assigned above refer to the acoustical properties of the seismic data only. No inference to sediment
                lithologies should be made prior to appropriate ground truthing of the seismic profiles. Seismic image above is a section of
                “boomer” subbottom profile collected using a frequency range of 700 – 3500 Hz. Depth conversion based on an acoustic
                 velocity of 4800 ft/sec. Lithologic information provided from GZA boring SB-A10 advanced in October 2002.
                                                                                                        OCEAN SURVEYS, INC.

                                      GEOTECHNICAL BORING CORRELATED
                                            TO GEOPHYSICAL DATA

              Wind Turbine                              B12                  Sediment SB-B12
              Location*                                                      Boring ID
            1,678,823.53 E 173,057.86 N                                   1,678,878.51 E 173,086.82 N
            Coordinates are in feet and referenced to the Massachusetts   Boring location
            State Plane Coordinate System, Island Zone (2002), NAD83


                                                                                                           Survey Information
                        SE                                             NW
                                                                                                   Data Collection Date                  6/21/03
                                           B12                                                     Line Number                           25
                                                                                                   Run Number                            30
                                                                       Seafloor
        FINE TO MED
        SAND
                                                                                                   Nearest Event                         1472
        (OCCASIONAL
        INTERVAL OF
        SILTY FINE SAND)
                                                                                                   Number
 19’
        SILTY FINE SAND
                                                                                                   Water Depth                           28.0
 27’
        ORGANIC SILT                                                             Subbottom         (MLLW, ft)
31.5’
34.5’
        SILTY F-M SAND
        SILTY CLAYEY
                                                                                 Reflector
        F-M SAND
38.5’
        SILTY FINE TO
        MED SAND
 44’
        FINE SAND


53.5’




                                                                                                     Acoustical Data Quality
        SILTY CLAY                                                                                     Sea State1               1
                                                                                 Subbottom
                                                                                 Reflector             Penetration2             1
                                                                                                       Reflectivity3            2
102’                                                                                                   Overall                  2
                                                                                                       Interpretation4




                                         ~400 ft
  * See ESS Group, Inc. Plan titled “Established 130 WTG Array”, dated July 29, 2003
  1 Degree to which seismic data affected by weather\sea conditions (1=little or no effect, 2=moderate effect, 3=significant effect)
  2 Penetration through the depth of interest (75’) due to local site conditions (1=good penetration, 2=moderate penetration, 3=poor penetration)
  3 Presence of distinguishable horizontal reflectors (1=numerous reflectors, 2=some reflectors, 3=few or no reflectors)
  4 Overall ability to interpret seismic data (1=easily interpreted, 2=moderate to easily interpreted, 3=difficult to interpret)


         Note: The data quality factors assigned above refer to the acoustical properties of the seismic data only. No inference to sediment
               lithologies should be made prior to appropriate ground truthing of the seismic profiles. Seismic image above is a section of
               “boomer” subbottom profile collected using a frequency range of 700 – 3500 Hz. Depth conversion based on an acoustic
                velocity of 4800 ft/sec. Lithologic information provided from GZA boring SB-B12 advanced in October 2002.
                                                                                                        OCEAN SURVEYS, INC.

                                      GEOTECHNICAL BORING CORRELATED
                                            TO GEOPHYSICAL DATA

               Wind Turbine                             C9                   Sediment                          SB-C9
               Location*                                                     Boring ID
            1,679,511.48 E 179,063.32 N                                   1,679,471.52 E 179,100.07 N
            Coordinates are in feet and referenced to the Massachusetts   Boring location
            State Plane Coordinate System, Island Zone (2002), NAD83


                                                                                                           Survey Information
                     NW                                                SE
                                             C9                                                    Data Collection Date                  6/21/03

         FINE TO COARSE                                                Seafloor                    Line Number                           28
         SAND
   4’
                                                                                                   Run Number                            29
                                                                               Subbottom
         FINE TO MED
         SAND                                                                  Reflectors          Nearest Event                         1396
                                                                                                   Number
   29’
         SILTY FINE SAND                                                                           Water Depth                           22.9
   39’                                                                                             (MLLW, ft)
         SILTY FINE TO
         MED SAND




   59’   F-C SAND
   61’
         FINE SAND

   69’
         FINE TO MED
         SAND


   80’                                                                                               Acoustical Data Quality
         FINE TO MED                                                                                   Sea State1               2
         SAND


                                                                                                       Penetration2             1
100.5’
                                                                                                       Reflectivity3            1
                                                                                 Subbottom
                                                                                 Reflectors            Overall                  2
                                                                                                       Interpretation4




                                         ~400 ft
   * See ESS Group, Inc. Plan titled “Established 130 WTG Array”, dated July 29, 2003
   1 Degree to which seismic data affected by weather\sea conditions (1=little or no effect, 2=moderate effect, 3=significant effect)
   2 Penetration through the depth of interest (75’) due to local site conditions (1=good penetration, 2=moderate penetration, 3=poor penetration)
   3 Presence of distinguishable horizontal reflectors (1=numerous reflectors, 2=some reflectors, 3=few or no reflectors)
   4 Overall ability to interpret seismic data (1=easily interpreted, 2=moderate to easily interpreted, 3=difficult to interpret)


         Note: The data quality factors assigned above refer to the acoustical properties of the seismic data only. No inference to sediment
               lithologies should be made prior to appropriate ground truthing of the seismic profiles. Seismic image above is a section of
               “boomer” subbottom profile collected using a frequency range of 700 – 3500 Hz. Depth conversion based on an acoustic
                velocity of 4800 ft/sec. Lithologic information provided from GZA boring SB-C9 advanced in October 2002.
                                                                                                                  OCEAN SURVEYS, INC.

                                                GEOTECHNICAL BORING CORRELATED
                                                      TO GEOPHYSICAL DATA

                        Wind Turbine                               D4                  Sediment SB-D4
                        Location*                                                      Boring ID
                     1,678,484.48 E 188,849.61 N                                    1,678,455.84 E 188,882.08 N
                     Coordinates are in feet and referenced to the Massachusetts    Boring location
                     State Plane Coordinate System, Island Zone (2002), NAD83


                                                                                                                     Survey Information
                                SE                                               NW
                                                      D4                                                     Data Collection Date                  6/21/03
                                                                                                             Line Number                           31
             5’
                  MED TO COARSE
                  SAND
                                                                                 Seafloor
SAND AND
           5.5’
GRAVEL
            9’
                  FINE-MED SAND
                                                                                                             Run Number                            27
                  SILTY FINE SAND                                                                            Nearest Event                         1244
                                                                                 Seafloor Multiple           Number
           29’
                                                                                                             Water Depth                           18.4
                                                                                                             (MLLW, ft)
                  FINE SAND
                  (OCCASIONAL
                  INTERVAL OF
                  SILTY FINE SAND




           74’
                  FINE SAND AND
                  SILT
                                                                                                                 Acoustical Data Quality
           84’
                                                                                                                  Sea State1               1
                  FINE TO MED
                  SAND

                                                                                                                  Penetration2             2
      100.6’
                                                                                                                  Reflectivity3            2
                                                                                                                  Overall                  2
                                                                                                                  Interpretation4

                                                                                           Subbottom
                                                                                           Reflectors


                                                   ~400 ft
           * See ESS Group, Inc. Plan titled “Established 130 WTG Array”, dated July 29, 2003
           1 Degree to which seismic data affected by weather\sea conditions (1=little or no effect, 2=moderate effect, 3=significant effect)
           2 Penetration through the depth of interest (75’) due to local site conditions (1=good penetration, 2=moderate penetration, 3=poor penetration)
           3 Presence of distinguishable horizontal reflectors (1=numerous reflectors, 2=some reflectors, 3=few or no reflectors)
           4 Overall ability to interpret seismic data (1=easily interpreted, 2=moderate to easily interpreted, 3=difficult to interpret)


                   Note: The data quality factors assigned above refer to the acoustical properties of the seismic data only. No inference to sediment
                         lithologies should be made prior to appropriate ground truthing of the seismic profiles. Seismic image above is a section of
                         “boomer” subbottom profile collected using a frequency range of 700 – 3500 Hz. Depth conversion based on an acoustic
                          velocity of 4800 ft/sec. Lithologic information provided from GZA boring SB-D4 advanced in October 2002.
                                                                                                         OCEAN SURVEYS, INC.

                                       GEOTECHNICAL BORING CORRELATED
                                             TO GEOPHYSICAL DATA

               Wind Turbine                               D11                 Sediment SB-D11
               Location*                                                      Boring ID
             1,684,484.85 E 175,616.52 N                                   1,684,496.26 E 175,617.88 N
             Coordinates are in feet and referenced to the Massachusetts   Boring location
             State Plane Coordinate System, Island Zone (2002), NAD83


                                                                                                            Survey Information
                         SE                                             NW
                                                                                                    Data Collection Date                  6/21/03

                                            D11                                                     Line Number                           31
                                                                                                    Run Number                            28
                                                                        Seafloor
         FINE TO MED
                                                                                                    Nearest Event                         1320
         SAND
                                                                                                    Number
   19’

   24’
         SILTY FINE TO
         MED SAND                                                                                   Water Depth                           30.3
         SILTY FINE SAND
  29’ SANDY SILTY CLAY                                                                              (MLLW, ft)
 31.5’
         SILTY FINE SAND
   36’   ALTERNATING
         LAYERS OF CLAY/
         SILT AND SILTY
                                                                        Seafloor Multiple
         FINE SAND
   44’
         FINE TO MED
         SAND
         (OCCASIONAL
         INTERVAL OF
         SILTY FINE TO
         MED SAND)

   61’   FINE SAND
         (OCCASIONAL
         INTERVAL OF
   69’   SILTY FINE SAND)
                                                                        Seafloor Multiple               Acoustical Data Quality
         FINE TO MED
         SAND
         (OCCASIONAL
         INTERVAL OF
                                                                                                         Sea State1               1
         SILTY FINE TO
         MED SAND)
                                                                                                         Penetration2             1
   89’
         SILTY FINE TO
         MED SAND
                                                                                                         Reflectivity3            2
100.8’
                                                                                                         Overall                  2
                                                                                                         Interpretation4




                                          ~400 ft
   * See ESS Group, Inc. Plan titled “Established 130 WTG Array”, dated July 29, 2003
   1 Degree to which seismic data affected by weather\sea conditions (1=little or no effect, 2=moderate effect, 3=significant effect)
   2 Penetration through the depth of interest (75’) due to local site conditions (1=good penetration, 2=moderate penetration, 3=poor penetration)
   3 Presence of distinguishable horizontal reflectors (1=numerous reflectors, 2=some reflectors, 3=few or no reflectors)
   4 Overall ability to interpret seismic data (1=easily interpreted, 2=moderate to easily interpreted, 3=difficult to interpret)


          Note: The data quality factors assigned above refer to the acoustical properties of the seismic data only. No inference to sediment
                lithologies should be made prior to appropriate ground truthing of the seismic profiles. Seismic image above is a section of
                “boomer” subbottom profile collected using a frequency range of 700 – 3500 Hz. Depth conversion based on an acoustic
                 velocity of 4800 ft/sec. Lithologic information provided from GZA boring SB-D11 advanced in October 2002.
                                                                                                       OCEAN SURVEYS, INC.

                                     GEOTECHNICAL BORING CORRELATED
                                           TO GEOPHYSICAL DATA

             Wind Turbine                              G2                   Sediment                          SB-G2
             Location*                                                      Boring ID
           1,686,562.71 E 193,634.35 N                                   1,686,539.21 E 193,621.25 N
           Coordinates are in feet and referenced to the Massachusetts   Boring location
           State Plane Coordinate System, Island Zone (2002), NAD83


                                                                                                          Survey Information
                       SE                                             NW
                                           G2                                                     Data Collection Date                  6/17/03
                                                                      Seafloor
 3’
       F-M SAND
                                                                                                  Line Number                           40
       FINE SAND

 12’                                                                                              Run Number                            14

       FINE TO MED
                                                                                                  Nearest Event                         414
       SAND
                                                                      Seafloor Multiple           Number
 37’                                                                                              Water Depth                           17.3
                                                                                                  (MLLW, ft)
       SANDY SILTY
       CLAY




 57’
       FINE SAND

 62’
       AND SILT                                                          Subbottom Reflector
       FINE SAND                                                         @ 75 ft Below Seafloor
 72’ SILTY F-M SAND
 74’ SANDY SILTY CLAY
 77’
       SILTY FINE TO
       MED SAND

 87’
                                                                                                     Acoustical Data Quality

       SILTY FINE SAND
                                                                                                      Sea State1               1
100’
                                                                                                      Penetration2             1
                                                                                                      Reflectivity3            1
                                                                                                      Overall                  1
                                                                                                      Interpretation4




                                        ~400 ft
 * See ESS Group, Inc. Plan titled “Established 130 WTG Array”, dated July 29, 2003
 1 Degree to which seismic data affected by weather\sea conditions (1=little or no effect, 2=moderate effect, 3=significant effect)
 2 Penetration through the depth of interest (75’) due to local site conditions (1=good penetration, 2=moderate penetration, 3=poor penetration)
 3 Presence of distinguishable horizontal reflectors (1=numerous reflectors, 2=some reflectors, 3=few or no reflectors)
 4 Overall ability to interpret seismic data (1=easily interpreted, 2=moderate to easily interpreted, 3=difficult to interpret)


        Note: The data quality factors assigned above refer to the acoustical properties of the seismic data only. No inference to sediment
              lithologies should be made prior to appropriate ground truthing of the seismic profiles. Seismic image above is a section of
              “boomer” subbottom profile collected using a frequency range of 700 – 3500 Hz. Depth conversion based on an acoustic
               velocity of 4800 ft/sec. Lithologic information provided from GZA boring SB-G2 advanced in October 2002.
                                                                                                        OCEAN SURVEYS, INC.

                                      GEOTECHNICAL BORING CORRELATED
                                            TO GEOPHYSICAL DATA

              Wind Turbine                              G11                  Sediment SB-G11
              Location*                                                      Boring ID
           1,694,277.48 E 176,620.38 N                                    1,694,262.55 E 176,639.06 N
           Coordinates are in feet and referenced to the Massachusetts    Boring location
           State Plane Coordinate System, Island Zone (2002), NAD83


                                                                                                           Survey Information
                        SE                                             NW
                                                                                                   Data Collection Date                  6/17/03

                                           G11                                                     Line Number                           40
                                                                                                   Run Number                            14
                                                                       Seafloor
        FINE TO MED
        SAND
                                                                                                   Nearest Event                         507
  9’                                                                                               Number
        FINE SAND

 19’                                                                                               Water Depth                           29.7
                                                                                 Subbottom         (MLLW, ft)
                                                                                 Reflectors

        FINE TO MED
        SAND                                                           Seafloor Multiple
        (OCCASIONAL
        INTERVAL OF
        MED TO COARSE
        SAND)




                                                                                                     Acoustical Data Quality
                                                                                                      Sea State1               1
 79’
        SILTY FINE TO
        MED SAND
                                                                                                      Penetration2             1
 89’
        SILTY FINE SAND                                                                               Reflectivity3            2
93.5’
        FINE SAND AND
        SILT
98.5’
102’
        FINE-MED SAND                                                                                 Overall                  2
                                                                                                      Interpretation4

                                                                               Subbottom
                                                                               Reflectors

                                         ~400 ft
  * See ESS Group, Inc. Plan titled “Established 130 WTG Array”, dated July 29, 2003
  1 Degree to which seismic data affected by weather\sea conditions (1=little or no effect, 2=moderate effect, 3=significant effect)
  2 Penetration through the depth of interest (75’) due to local site conditions (1=good penetration, 2=moderate penetration, 3=poor penetration)
  3 Presence of distinguishable horizontal reflectors (1=numerous reflectors, 2=some reflectors, 3=few or no reflectors)
  4 Overall ability to interpret seismic data (1=easily interpreted, 2=moderate to easily interpreted, 3=difficult to interpret)


         Note: The data quality factors assigned above refer to the acoustical properties of the seismic data only. No inference to sediment
               lithologies should be made prior to appropriate ground truthing of the seismic profiles. Seismic image above is a section of
               “boomer” subbottom profile collected using a frequency range of 700 – 3500 Hz. Depth conversion based on an acoustic
                velocity of 4800 ft/sec. Lithologic information provided from GZA boring SB-G11 advanced in October 2002.
                                                                                                               OCEAN SURVEYS, INC.

                                             GEOTECHNICAL BORING CORRELATED
                                                   TO GEOPHYSICAL DATA

                     Wind Turbine                               J5                  Sediment                            SB-J5
                     Location*                                                      Boring ID
                  1,698,926.93 E 188,966.89 N                                    1,698,976.89 E 188,990.64 N
                  Coordinates are in feet and referenced to the Massachusetts    Boring location
                  State Plane Coordinate System, Island Zone (2002), NAD83


                                                                                                                  Survey Information
                          NW                                                  SE
                                                                                                          Data Collection Date                  6/23/03
                                                         J5                                               Line Number                           49
                                                                                                          Run Number                            32
                                                                              Seafloor
               FINE TO MED
               SAND
                                                                                                          Nearest Event                         1602
               (OCCASIONAL
               INTERVAL OF
               SILTY FINE SAND
                                                                                                          Number
        22’
               SILT AND CLAY
                                                                                                          Water Depth                           41.7
               (OCCASIONAL
               INTERVAL OF
               FINE SAND                                                                Subbottom         (MLLW, ft)
        32’
               FINE TO MED                                                              Reflectors
               SAND
        40’

               FINE SAND
               (OCCASIONAL                                                    Seafloor Multiple
               INTERVAL OF
               SILTY FINE SAND




        60’

               FINE SAND AND
               SILT
                                                                                                              Acoustical Data Quality
        76’
                                                                                                               Sea State1               1
               SILT AND CLAY


                                                                                                               Penetration2             2
                                                                              Seafloor Multiple                Reflectivity3            2
      101’
SILTY FINE     101.3’
SAND
      101.3’                                                                                                   Overall                  2
                                                                                                               Interpretation4




                                                ~400 ft
         * See ESS Group, Inc. Plan titled “Established 130 WTG Array”, dated July 29, 2003
         1 Degree to which seismic data affected by weather\sea conditions (1=little or no effect, 2=moderate effect, 3=significant effect)
         2 Penetration through the depth of interest (75’) due to local site conditions (1=good penetration, 2=moderate penetration, 3=poor penetration)
         3 Presence of distinguishable horizontal reflectors (1=numerous reflectors, 2=some reflectors, 3=few or no reflectors)
         4 Overall ability to interpret seismic data (1=easily interpreted, 2=moderate to easily interpreted, 3=difficult to interpret)


                Note: The data quality factors assigned above refer to the acoustical properties of the seismic data only. No inference to sediment
                      lithologies should be made prior to appropriate ground truthing of the seismic profiles. Seismic image above is a section of
                      “boomer” subbottom profile collected using a frequency range of 700 – 3500 Hz. Depth conversion based on an acoustic
                       velocity of 4800 ft/sec. Lithologic information provided from GZA boring SB-J5 advanced in October 2002.
                                                                                                        OCEAN SURVEYS, INC.

                                      GEOTECHNICAL BORING CORRELATED
                                            TO GEOPHYSICAL DATA

              Wind Turbine                              J13                  Sediment                          SB-J13
              Location*                                                      Boring ID
            1,705,783.09 E 173,843.22 N                                   1,705,741.79 E 173,856.06 N
            Coordinates are in feet and referenced to the Massachusetts   Boring location
            State Plane Coordinate System, Island Zone (2002), NAD83


                                                                                                           Survey Information
                     NW                                                SE
                                             J13
                                                                                                   Data Collection Date                  6/18/03
                                                                       Seafloor                    Line Number                           58
        FINE TO MED
        SAND

                                                                                                   Run Number                            20
13.5’

                                                                                                   Nearest Event                         889
                                                                       Seafloor Multiple
                                                                                                   Number

        SILTY FINE TO
                                                                                                   Water Depth                           24.1
        MED SAND
        (OCCASIONAL
        INTERVAL OF
                                                                                                   (MLLW, ft)
        SILTY FINE SAND)




73.5’
        SANDY SILTY
        CLAY                                                                                         Acoustical Data Quality
  80’
                                                                                                       Sea State1               1
        SILTY CLAY
                                                                                                       Penetration2             1

102’                                                                                                   Reflectivity3            1
                                                                                                       Overall                  1
                                                                                                       Interpretation4




                                         ~400 ft
  * See ESS Group, Inc. Plan titled “Established 130 WTG Array”, dated July 29, 2003
  1 Degree to which seismic data affected by weather\sea conditions (1=little or no effect, 2=moderate effect, 3=significant effect)
  2 Penetration through the depth of interest (75’) due to local site conditions (1=good penetration, 2=moderate penetration, 3=poor penetration)
  3 Presence of distinguishable horizontal reflectors (1=numerous reflectors, 2=some reflectors, 3=few or no reflectors)
  4 Overall ability to interpret seismic data (1=easily interpreted, 2=moderate to easily interpreted, 3=difficult to interpret)


         Note: The data quality factors assigned above refer to the acoustical properties of the seismic data only. No inference to sediment
               lithologies should be made prior to appropriate ground truthing of the seismic profiles. Seismic image above is a section of
               “boomer” subbottom profile collected using a frequency range of 700 – 3500 Hz. Depth conversion based on an acoustic
                velocity of 4800 ft/sec. Lithologic information provided from GZA boring SB-J13 advanced in October 2003.